Ch 8,9 Skull and Skeletal

Card Set Information

Author:
dezkwondo
ID:
30582
Filename:
Ch 8,9 Skull and Skeletal
Updated:
2010-08-20 12:44:16
Tags:
Anatomy Physiology
Folders:

Description:
Ch 8,9 Skull and Skeletal
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user dezkwondo on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. The squamous suture connects which two bones?
    A. Frontal and parietal C. Temporal and sphenoid
    B. Parietal and temporal D. Sphenoid and frontal
  2. The mastoid sinuses are found in which bone?
    A. Frontal C. Parietal
    B. Sphenoid D. Temporal
  3. The skull bone that articulates with the first cervical
    vertebrae is the:
    A. Occipital C. Ethmoid
    B. Sphenoid D. None of the above
  4. A meatus can be described as:
    A. A large bony prominence C. A tubelike opening
    or channel
    B. A shallow groove D. A raised, rough area
  5. Separation of the nasal and cranial cavities is achieved
    by the:
    A. Cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone
    B. Sella turcica of the sphenoid bone
    C. Foramen magnum of the occipital bone
    D. Palatine process of the maxilla
  6. Which of the following is NOT a bone of the orbit?
    A. Ethmoid C. Lacrimal
    B. Nasal D. Frontal
  7. True or False

    The sphenoid is a bone of the face.
  8. True or False

    A specialized adaptation of
    the infant skull is called a fontanel
  9. True or False

    The cheek is shaped by the zygomatic, or malar, bone.
  10. True or False

    The hyoid is one of several bones that do not articulate
    with any other bones.
  11. True or False

    The hyoid is one of several bones that do not articulate
    with any other bones.
  12. Matching

    First seven pairs of ribs
    that attach directly to the sternum

    A. Body
    B. False ribs
    C. Floating ribs
    D. Manubrium
    E. True ribs
    F. Xiphoid process
    G. Costal cartilage
  13. Matching

    Eleventh and twelfth ribs, which have no attachment to
    the sternum

    A. Body
    B. False ribs
    C. Floating ribs
    D. Manubrium
    E. True ribs
    F. Xiphoid process
    G. Costal cartilage
  14. Matching

    Middle part of the sternum

    A. Body
    B. False ribs
    C. Floating ribs
    D. Manubrium
    E. True ribs
    F. Xiphoid process
    G. Costal cartilage
  15. Matching

    Most superior part of the sternum

    A. Body
    B. False ribs
    C. Floating ribs
    D. Manubrium
    E. True ribs
    F. Xiphoid process
    G. Costal cartilage
  16. Matching

    The blunt, cartilaginous, lower tip of the sternum

    A. Body
    B. False ribs
    C. Floating ribs
    D. Manubrium
    E. True ribs
    F. Xiphoid process
    G. Costal cartilage
  17. Matching

    The five pairs of ribs that do not attach directly to the sternum

    A. Body
    B. False ribs
    C. Floating ribs
    D. Manubrium
    E. True ribs
    F. Xiphoid process
    G. Costal cartilage
  18. Matching

    Tissue that attaches ribs directly or indirectly to the sternum

    A. Body
    B. False ribs
    C. Floating ribs
    D. Manubrium
    E. True ribs
    F. Xiphoid process
    G. Costal cartilage
  19. Which of the following in NOT part of the shoulder
    girdle?

    A. Clavicle C. Scapula
    B. Sternum D. None of the above
  20. The coronoid fossa is a:

    A. Depression on the thumb C. Region on the spine
    B. Projection of the ulna D. Depression on the humerus
  21. The arm socket is the:

    A. Coronoid fossa C. Coracoid process
    B. Olecranon fossa D. Glenoid cavity
  22. True or False

    The two bones that form the framework of the forearm are
    the radius and ulna.
  23. True or False

    The wrist is composed of small bones called metacarpals.
  24. True or False

    The medial forearm bone in the anatomical position is the ulna
  25. True or False

    The most evident carpal bone is the triquetrum.
  26. Which of the following is NOT one of the bones of the pelvic girdle?

    A. Ilium C. Ischium
    B. Acetabulum D. Pubis
  27. The greater trochanter is a bony landmark of the:

    A. Femur C. Pubis
    B. Tibia D. Ramus
  28. During childbirth, the infant passes through an imaginary
    plane called the:

    A. Pelvic outlet C. Pelvic brim
    B. Symphysis pubis D. Ilium
  29. Which of the following is NOT a tarsal bone?

    A. Talus C. Scaphoid
    B. Cuneiform D. Navicular
  30. True or False

    The largest coxal bone is the ischium.
  31. True or False

    The most distal portion of the fibula is composed of a bony landmark called the medial malleolus.
  32. True or False

    The longitudinal arch refers to a structure within the pelvic inlet.
  33. True or False

    Each toe contains three phalanges.

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview